World Summit on Recycling and Environmental Management - Series 2

May 23

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May 23, 2019 09:00 AM May 24, 2019 06:30 PM Abba Garden Hotel, Barcelona, Spain World Summit on Recycling and Environmental Management - Series 2 Abba Garden Hotel, Barcelona, Spain Clyto Access recycling@clytoconferences.com true MM/DD/YYYY

Sessions - Recycling Conference 2019

Track 1: Landfills Track 8: Industrial waste recycling
Plasma arc gasification Industrial waste water treatment
Waste disposal Resource recovery and recycling from metallurgical wastes
Landfill diversion Managing food industry waste
Secure landfills Track 9: Solid waste management
Track 2: Environmental chemistry Plasma arc gasification
Atmospheric chemistry Hazardous-waste management
Environmental organic chemistry Sewerage system
Environmental chemistry of trace elements Emissions trading
Physical and organic chemistry Wastewater treatment
Organic geochemistry Track 10: Green technology
Spectroscopic techniques and structure determination Bioremediation 
Track 3: Sustainable innovation Renewable Energy Systems and Sources (RESS) and industrial applications
Hazardous-waste management Energy and environment
Excretion Green economy
Waste disposal Track 11: Environmental impact assessment
Health and environmental effects Environmental indicator
Sanitary landfill Natural landscape
Track 4: e-waste Strategic environmental assessment
Plastic pollution Economic and demographic factors
Toxic waste Conservation of biodiversity
Land pollution Track 12: Pollution and climate change
Motion-picture technology Environmental justice
Track 5: Biodiesel & biofuels Spread of industrialization
Solid biomass fuels Greenhouse effect
Sustainable biofuels Global warming
Greenhouse gas emissions Climatology
Biofuel gasoline Track 13: Food waste recycling
Bio ethers Effectiveness of food waste management
Track 6: Renewable resource Problems and opportunities
Bio renewable chemicals Treatment of solid food waste
Natural resource Track 14: Hazardous waste management
Biofuels Emerging technologies in hazardous waste management
Geothermal energy Handling and management of hazardous materials
Track 7: Remediation Nuclear decommissioning waste management
Bioremediation of radioactive waste Community impact on toxic waste
Biodegradation Track 15: Bio plastics
Bio-augmentation Proteinā€based bio-plastics
Bio-stimulation Bio-derived polyethylene
  Cellulose-based plastics
  Lipid derived polymers

 

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Abstract submission deadline (1st round)
25 September 2018

Notification of acceptance or rejection of abstract
03-10 working days from the date of submission

Final presentation should be submitted

15 days before the conference date

Early bird registration

30 September 2018

MARKET ANALYSIS

According to a replacement report published by Portland, Oregon-based Allied research, the worldwide waste management market is expected to grow from $285 billion in 2016 to $435 billion by 2023, growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of vi.2 % from a pair of017 to 2023. 

Based on waste type, the waste management market is divided into municipal waste and industrial waste. Municipal solid waste is predicted to achieve $222.8 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 6.1 % throughout the forecast period.

The waste assortment market is expected to grow at a notable rate throughout the forecast amount. Strict regulatory norms aimed at limiting landfills and government measures meant to facilitate the gathering of recycling waste can spur market growth. To boot, the quickest growing sector for the waste management market is anticipated to be the disposal segment that is predicted to grow at a CAGR of 6.9 % and is forecast to achieve $230.7 billion by 2023.

According to World Bank in 2012, urban population produced about 1.3 billion tonnes of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) that is predicted to grow to 2.2 billion tonnes in 2025. The prices for managing solid waste is predicted to extend drastically in lower middle (four times) financial gain countries such as India and Brazil among others and even higher in low income countries (five times) such as Kenya and Ghana among others. Therefore, the necessity for solid waste management has increased largely at a global scale.

 

Global Solid Waste Management report estimates that the worldwide Solid Waste Management market will increase to $1296.04 billion in 2022.

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